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Wano1997

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About Wano1997

  • Title
    wat
  • Birthday 1997-08-21

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Belgium
  • Biography
    1000th post on 20-8-2014
    2000th post on 5-11-2014

System

  • CPU
    i5-4670K @ 4.4
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte ga-z87-d3hp
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance 2x8gb 1600mhz ddr3
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Gtx 780 windforce (base @1019, boost @1149mhz)
  • Case
    Antec three hundred two
  • Storage
    Kingston 120gb ssd V300, WD 1TB blue 64mb cache SATA 6gb/s 7200rpm
  • PSU
    OCZ Fatal1ty 750W Modular Gaming 80PLUS Bronze
  • Display(s)
    BenQ RL2455HM, Some other crappy display
  • Cooling
    Dark rock pro 3
  • Keyboard
    CMStorm Quickfire pro
  • Mouse
    Razer naga
  • Sound
    Edifier S530D/Beyerdynamic DT 990 PRO 250 Ohm/Logitech G430
  • Operating System
    Yosemite 10.10.3
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  1. I don't know where you've read that, but "EA Access" is only for PS4 and Xbox. Origin Access is the equivalent for PC
  2. Is 32GB even enough? I'm currently using a 120GB ssd with about 27GB left, and I don't really install anything on it. I'd save up some more money if I were you, or just buy a 2nd hand computer from someone.
  3. Where's your storage? I'm also sure you know this, but this won't be running any games over 20 pixels (figuratively).
  4. There's a 0.000001% chance of this happening within the next few years, unfortunately.
  5. my PSU has a 2x 6pin power out (and 2x 8 pin)
  6. To avoid breaking my GPU, I thought I'd ask it first. So in the past I've always had my GPU (2 x 8pin) connected to 2 x 6 pins on my PSU (PSU came with 8 pin to 6 pin cables), which worked fine (though it would sometimes crash under very heavy load). I just noticed it also has 2 x 6+2 pin connections on the PSU. Can I connect those to the 2 x 8 pin GPU?
  7. In addition to a recent thread I made about my GPU potentially being dead, I'm making this one since I'm not really up to date on current hardware. I started looking around and found these 3 while keeping the cooler tier list in account. This one, well it's a 2070 and it's around the same price as the next ones: https://tweakers.net/pricewatch/1491372/gigabyte-geforce-rtx-2070-windforce-2x-8g-rev-30.html An RTX 2060 super: https://tweakers.net/pricewatch/1420342/msi-geforce-rtx-2060-super-armor.html Another one but this one has semi-passive fans and a slightly better cooler apparently: https://tweakers.net/pricewatch/1422784/msi-geforce-rtx-2060-super-gaming-x.html Anyone knows which would be the best out of thest 3? Especially for durability, I don't plan on OCing anything. Cheers for any help!
  8. MSI afterburner doesn't see my GPU unfortunately. But yeah I figured as much Anyway I appreciate the help, time to find a new one.
  9. Did this, still doesn't work. Hasn't changed anything unfortunately I get these weird blue aftifacts around my screen, not sure if that means anything.
  10. Turns out, my PC doesn't start at all now. Literally nothing happens when pressing the power button. Feels like I shorted something out even though I didn't really touch my motherboard and always ground myself. Isn't it possible that my PSU is dead? EDIT: Nvm the PC starts up
  11. Yeah I currently have the newest drivers installed (Installed through the site but device manager confirms this). It's weird how it happened so sudden. I was just playing a game and suddenly it crashed and booted up in 800x600 res only detecting my iGPU even though my monitors are connected to the dGPU, though I'm experiencing weird blue artifacts on my screen right now.
  12. So yesterday my computer started crashing, and when it did it make quite a bit of noise through my speakers. Today it happened again but GPU-Z only sees my iGPU now. I’m running a gtx780 which was bought on release so it’s fairly old I’d say. I tried booting into safe mode and deleting the drivers using DDU. After that I installed the drivers again but my screens turned black (which usually happens when installing gpu drivers) but they wouldn’t turn on anymore. After restarting they did turn on after like 3 minutes but just went back to only detecting my iGPU in GPU-Z. Turns out it sees my GTX 780 in device manager but yeah it doesn’t utilise it I think. I did install older drivers which I had stored on my HDD since I feel like it wouldn’t have mattered in this case. Anything else I can try or is it just dead? Device manager shows code 43.
  13. iPhone 8+, matebook x pro and my desktop PC.
  14. It's not about "the holy grail", it's about owning property instead of paying rent for your landlord. If you own property, you don't really lose money when buying it. Property rises or holds its value, while rent literally disappears into the pockets of the landlord. So what happens is you buy a property (maybe take a loan for it), you've got a roof over you head which you can sell for more eventually, or maybe rent it out. If you rent a house, you don't own anything.
  15. MacOS is a great, polished system. If it wasn't for the crappy butterfly keyboard, I wouldn't think twice about buying a new macbook pro. Windows just has issues you usually don't see with MacOS
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